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Hannah, 17, said she first learned about the conflict in Darfur when she was a seventh-grader at John Muir Middle School.
Before that, she said, “I didn’t even know Sudan existed.” Burbank High School is one of 250 American schools that has a sister school — the Obama School — through the organization Darfur Dream Team.
“We take classes like English and calculus and government and chemistry,” Navarro said. ”There was also talk of sports, with students at the Obama School saying they play football and handball for fun.
In Goz Beida, one student said they are learning Arabic, English, math and French, in addition to “everything in our books.”One boy said, “I want to go to America. Near the conversation’s end, the students in Goz Beida asked through their English translator, “Do you listen to information about Darfur?
From left are Rachel Echeto, Isabel Navarro, both 18 and seniors, and club president Hannah Kolus, 17 and a senior. at the Obama School in Chad, where boys were dressed in collared shirts with vests, girls mostly in white with matching hijabs.
The students' live conversation was made possible made possible by engineer Eric Angel of VSee who is also a volunteer with i ACT (Interactive Activism). (Raul Roa/Staff Photographer) A group of Burbank High School students had a chat with students in the Djabal refugee camp in Goz Beida, Chad, Wednesday morning — a conversation made possible via a Web cam. Founded three years ago by Burbank High senior Hannah Kolus, the club Team Paper Clips is not new to reaching out to Darfuri refugees. The Obama School’s students are refugees from Darfur, the western region of Sudan.Webirc offers a real-time transmission of text messages from sender to receiver in Online chatting.Its a web based multi user quick text conferencing services.The chat interface is text based in flash & Java irc client.Members of Burbank High School's Team Paperclips chat with young Darfur refugee students living in Eastern Chad through a webcam conference at the Burbank school on Wednesday morning, March 30, 2011.If you are a site administrator and have been accidentally locked out, please enter your email in the box below and click "Send".